Liugong Town Print

Liugong is a small village along Li River, about 15 km east of Yangshuo town. Unlike the villages that from Yangdi to Xingping, Liugong is less visited tourist, so it maintained the cultural identity, traditional architecture and simple farming life. You can come to Liugong on a Li River cruise and the ride a bike back to Yangshuo(or vice versa),

When cycling through the paddy fields you can see dragonflies buzz and women in coolie hats chase buffaloes from their crop. In ancient times there used to be four famous water-front pavilions in Liugong village, now there is only one which named Deyue Tower stand high by the river, but the other three ones were ruined. The time-honored tower seems to be telling a story about the changes of Liugong village in the last 100 years. Strolling in the Liugong village, you will feel as if you walk along the lane in the ancient Chinese literature. The buildings are simple yet solemn. Three Color Pond is the most fascinating attractive views in Liugong village, which is consisted by three small deep ponds. Surprisingly, the colors in the pond are different from each other, one is bluish yellow, one is emerald, another is muddy. There is a ancient legend about the pond: A rich man often ill-treated his servants, so he was punished by the deity by sank his house to hell. At the former address of the house, there were formed the Three Color Pond, each pond separately stand for the rich man's principal room, the kitchen and the stable. It is about eleven kilometres from Fuli Town to Puyi Town, and Liugong Village is in the middle way. It takes about three hours from Fuli to Puyi on kayak. The equiments includes kayak, paddle and life-jacket.

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Outside Yangshuo county